1/7 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present a comic take on the week's news.
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1/4 A vicar needs help in his belfry, as the Yorkshire builders get in a flap over an old feud
1/3 Thake scents adventure in the snowy peaks of Biarritz.
5/8 Where do Faith's children fit in, now that Bill is around?
6/6 Divorced Doug and Molly date in secret, but they can't ignore their split.
2/6 Happy Rabbi Su finds a role model, but Rabbi Abraham would settle for a haircut.
3/4 Susan explains why she's an evangelist for embracing a broad spectrum of cultural pursuits
1/14 Returning from a holiday abroad, Sid tricks the lad and Bill into smuggling watches.
3/9 Single dad Bryan needs an employer who will let his son come along.
4/6 Dave and Cathy's quest for locally produced food proves problematic.
2/6 Activist turned ad writer Ken Handley finds himself assigned to the Conservative Party.
Collectibles experts Judith Miller and Mark Hill give tips on valuing your collection.
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3/5 Rebecca and Jeremy Front introduce us to singing legend Rita Rayner.
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2/3 The hapless traveller sends news home to Beachcomber after losing his hat at Niagara Falls
4/6 Flushed with her recent success, Ginny holds a literary salon at Vera's castle.
1/8 Widow Sarah is bringing up her daughter, with a meddling mother.
4/4 Susan asks if you can really describe a person by simply stating their genetic code.
3/5 Rebecca and Jeremy Front introduce us to singing legend Rita Rayner. (R)
3/4 The 'accidentalist' movement in art is explained, plus sponsored surgery.
4/4 Astronomical Errors: A look at how mistakes have shaped the history of rocket science.
3/6 Hell's new arrival is a health and safety officer who moans to Satan about the lighting.
4/6 The Bletchley Park codebreakers try help raise money for the town's spitfire fund.